The Plaza is always find to wander around and this time, we notice traffic was only allowed on one street. The other three streets were closed off and it was to walk around. We didn't have anything in particular in mind, but just took in the beautiful day.
After lunch and a couple of hours in Santa Fe we headed back to Albuquerque toward the Cochiti Pueblo. We specifically were interested in doing a short hike along the trail of the Tent Rocks National Monument.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages Tent Rocks (aka as Kasha-Katuwe "white cliffs" and has made a number of trail improvements since we last visited four years ago.
We started out on the Cave Loop Trail which was a not very elevated. It was an easy hike along open trails.
This little cave was quite interesting and made me wonder how man hundreds (thousands?) of people had used it for a season in times past. Definitely a curiosity.
Next, it was on to the Slot Canyon Trail which we picked up at the end of the Cave Loop Trail.
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